First and foremost, the President must take responsibility for the clinic under any and all circumstances so that the clinic runs to its full capacity. This responsibility includes, but is not limited to, going to the clinic whenever necessary, attending Palomar Chapter meetings, consistently communicating with the President of the Palomar Chapter, and serving as a liaison between any party as it pertains to the Flying Samaritans at SDSU, regardless of (un)availability of any other officers. The President is responsible for preparing an agenda for each meeting. The President should have strong written and oral communication skills, organizational and administrative skills and complete knowledge of Flying Samaritans. Secondly, the President should provide overall leadership for the club as a whole. This includes supervision of all officer positions and activities, ensuring they work as a cohesive group and all duties are being fulfilled adequately and punctually. Lastly, the President should maintain the functional integrity of the club and seek ways to improve the club.
"The quality of a person's life is in direct proportion to their commitment to excellence, regardless of their chosen field of endeavor" - Vince Lombardi